The PGA Tour is back, only three weeks after crowning Viktor Hovland the FedEx Cup champion and taking home the $18 million first-place prize that went with it.

But things have changed, as this week’s Fortinet Championship is no longer the start of a season that wraps around the calendar, but rather just the first of seven events in what is being called the FedEx Fall, where players work to regain, or improve their status heading into 2024.

Everyone is still eligible to play, but the top 50 from the FedEx Cup standings—meaning everyone who qualified for the BMW Championship at Olympia Fields—are locked in for next year and have qualified for all of the PGA Tour’s biggest events.

The top 10 players on the fall points list who have not qualified for signature events last year will earn spots into the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am and Genesis Invitational. Points earned will not carry over to the FedEx Cup list next year.

But first things first. Max Homa is competing at Silverado Resort, having won both of the last two Fortinet Championships. His U.S. Ryder Cup teammate Justin Thomas is playing too. Their captain Zach Johnson was here too but failed to make the cut. Everyone is competing for the $1.512 million first-place check from a total prize money payout of $8.4 million.

“It’s still a PGA Tour event with all the perks, and these guys are so good,” said Sahith Theegala, who was tied for the second-round lead with S.H. Kim.

Here is the complete list of prize money for each golfer who made the cut. Check back here after the final round for complete updates.

Win: $1,512,000

2: $915,600

3: $579,600

4: $411,600

5: $344,400

6: $304,500

7: $283,500

8: $262,500

9: $245,700

10: $228,900

11: $212,100

12: $195,300

13: $178,500

14: $161,700

15: $153,300

16: $144,900

17: $136,500

18: $128,100

19: $119,700

20: $111,300

21: $102,900

22: $94,500

23: $87,780

24: $81,060

25: $74,340

26: $67,620

27: $65,100

28: $62,580

29: $60,060

30: $57,540

31: $55,020

32: $52,500

33: $49,980

34: $47,880

35: $45,780

36: $43,680

37: $41,580

38: $39,900

39: $38,220

40: $36,540

41: $34,860

42: $33,180

43: $31,500

44: $29,820

45: $28,140

46: $26,460

47: $24,780

48: $23,436

49: $22,260

50: $21,588

51: $21,084

52: $20,580

53: $20,244

54: $19,908

55: $19,740

56: $19,572

57: $19,404

58: $19,236

59: $19,068

60: $18,900

61: $18,732

62: $18,564

63: $18,396

64: $18,228

65: $18,060

66: $17,892

67: $17,724

68: $17,556

This article was originally published on golfdigest.com